Adsense Widget

, Last Updated on October 12, 2014

Simply the best Adsense Widget. Select Ad size easily on your site. Hide ads for users, admins. You can change colors easily. You can define Slot & Channel ids for statistics. Easy to use shortcode [adsense]! Powered by

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Search for adsense-widget on your plugin search to install this plugin.

  1. Download the widget and upload it to your server through WP Admin -> Plugins -> Add New -> Upload
  2. After the upload is complete activate the plugin.
  3. Go to Settings -> Adsense Widget and enter your Google Adsense ID.
  4. Go to Appearance -> Widgets page, drag and drop the widget to your sidebar.
  5. Fill in the blanks as needed, and done!


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13 thoughts on “Adsense Widget”

  1. Simon G says:

    Do you take a precentage like other adsense plugins or is this a completely free plugin?

    1. Matt Say says:

      I don’t take any percentage. All ads are displayed using adsense id you enter in your settings panel. This is a completely free plugin.

  2. shahi says:

    9c trick br0

  3. Micha says:

    very nice and easy2use-tool.

  4. Dan says:

    This is a great, easy plugin – thank you! However, I’ve spent most of the night trying to figure out how to center an ad within a sidebar widget. I couldn’t find it in the style.css. I also looked in the adsense-widget.css but still couldn’t find anything. I tried adding text-align: center in a few places, but still no luck. I’m certainly not an expert, but can usually find my way through this. Do you know where I need to go to center an ad within a widget? Thank you!

    1. Matt Say says:

      I will add support for alignments to the widget with the next version.

  5. Cocomo says:

    Hi. Thank you for your simple and great plugin.
    I am wondering if it is possible to change adsense content type to text or pic via shortcodes in posts.

    1. Matt Say says:

      Hey Cocomo, I will add this support with the next version. Thanks for your suggestion.

  6. iFaris says:

    Hi Saylan..
    I installed your TwentyEleven theme and adsense widget.
    My problem is, the adsense ad is not in the middle of the widget.
    Where do I edit to centralised the ad?


    1. Metin Saylan says:

      This can be done using CSS. All ads have different css classes. I will also add alignment option with the next version soon.

  7. P. Kusmierski says:


    And would it be possible to display a fake blank image of correct sizes to logged in users, instead of ads, so they would not create false impressions? It would be great thing while working on the site, when you are viewing it repeatedly.

  8. didier says:


    Is it possible to open links of adsense widget in an other window ?


    1. shailan says:

      Nope, they are under control of google. Adsense display pages from google in an IFRAME tag with no border. So you can’t change their behaviour.